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BIswajit_Das
Resolver III
Resolver III

Power bi DAX findout 2nd MAX value

Hello Guys,
I have a table like

itemresa
1a30.98
1b30.98
1c20.34
1d

17.7

and
my required table is like

itemresamax2ndgap
1a30.9830.9830.980
1b30.9830.9830.980
1c20.3430.9830.980
1d17.730.9830.980

when i calculated its hard to detect max cause both a and b have same values so the coming 2nd max result is wrong
i.e the coming result is like

itemresamax2ndgap
1a30.9830.9820.3410.64
1b30.9830.9820.3410.64
1c20.3430.9820.3410.64
1d17.730.9820.3410.64

 

Thanks & Regrads...

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BIswajit_Das
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hello I've finally figures it out 
Here's the used related DAX

VAR _max_count =
    MAXX (
        SUMMARIZE (
            'table_name',
            'table_name'[item],
            'table_name'[res],
            "count",
            COUNTROWS ( 'table_name' )
        ),
        [count]
    )
VAR _value =
    MAXX (
        FILTER (
            SUMMARIZE (
                'table_name',
                'table_name'[item],
       
                'table_name'[res],
                "@count",
                COUNTROWS ( 'table_name' )
            ),
            [@count] = _max_count
        ),
        'table_name'[res]
    )
VAR _sec_max_count =
    MAXX (
        FILTER (
            SUMMARIZE (
                'table_name',
                'table_name'[item],
       
                'table_name'[res],
                "count2",
                COUNTROWS ( 'table_name' )
            ),
            'table_name'[res] <> _value &&
            'table_name'[item] = EARLIER('table_name'[item])
   
        ),
        [count2]
    )

VAR _total =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'table_name'[res] ),
    FILTER (
        'table_name',
        'table_name'[item] = EARLIER ( 'table_name'[item] )

        )
    )
RETURN
    DIVIDE(_sec_max_count,_total,0)

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BIswajit_Das
Resolver III
Resolver III

#EP_MAX_PARTYCOUNT% =
VAR _value =
    MAXX (
        FILTER (
            SUMMARIZE (
                'Z_EP_DATA',
                'Z_EP_DATA'[PC_ID],
                'Z_EP_DATA'[RESPONSE1],
                "@count",
                COUNTROWS ( 'Z_EP_DATA' )
            ),
            'Z_EP_DATA'[PC_ID] = EARLIER('Z_EP_DATA'[PC_ID])
        ),
        [@count]
    )
VAR _total =
CALCULATE (
    DISTINCTCOUNT( 'Z_EP_DATA'[MOBILE] ),
    FILTER (
        'Z_EP_DATA',
        'Z_EP_DATA'[PC_ID] = EARLIER ( 'Z_EP_DATA'[PC_ID] )
        )
    )
RETURN
    DIVIDE(_value,_total,0)
BIswajit_Das
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hello I've finally figures it out 
Here's the used related DAX

VAR _max_count =
    MAXX (
        SUMMARIZE (
            'table_name',
            'table_name'[item],
            'table_name'[res],
            "count",
            COUNTROWS ( 'table_name' )
        ),
        [count]
    )
VAR _value =
    MAXX (
        FILTER (
            SUMMARIZE (
                'table_name',
                'table_name'[item],
       
                'table_name'[res],
                "@count",
                COUNTROWS ( 'table_name' )
            ),
            [@count] = _max_count
        ),
        'table_name'[res]
    )
VAR _sec_max_count =
    MAXX (
        FILTER (
            SUMMARIZE (
                'table_name',
                'table_name'[item],
       
                'table_name'[res],
                "count2",
                COUNTROWS ( 'table_name' )
            ),
            'table_name'[res] <> _value &&
            'table_name'[item] = EARLIER('table_name'[item])
   
        ),
        [count2]
    )

VAR _total =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'table_name'[res] ),
    FILTER (
        'table_name',
        'table_name'[item] = EARLIER ( 'table_name'[item] )

        )
    )
RETURN
    DIVIDE(_sec_max_count,_total,0)
BIswajit_Das
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hello @Ahmedx thanks for responding but

my required result table should like

itemresamax2ndgap
1a30.9830.9830.980
1b30.9830.9830.980
1c20.3430.9830.980
1d17.730.9830.980
Greg_Deckler
Super User
Super User

@BIswajit_Das Try:

max a 2nd = 
    VAR __Item = MAX('Table'[item])
    VAR __Table = FILTER(ALL('Table'), [item] = __Item)
    VAR __Summarized = SUMMARIZE(__Table, [item], [a], "__Count", COUNTROWS('Table'))
    VAR __Max = MAXX(__Table, [a])
    VAR __Result = 
        IF(
            MAXX(FILTER(__Summarized, [a] = __Max),[__Count]) > 1,
            __Max,
            MAXX(FILTER(__Summarized, [a] < __Max), [a])
        )
RETURN
    __Result

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Hello @Greg_Deckler  Thanks for responding but what if i have multiple Items
i.e

itemresamax2ndgap
1a30.9830.9830.980
1b30.9830.9830.980
1c20.3430.9830.980
1d17.730.9830.980
2a55554510
2b45554510
3a35653530
3c65653530
Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

Based on your description, I created data to reproduce your scenario. The pbix file is attached in the end.

Power bi DAX findout 2nd MAX value.pbix

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